Shoulder surgery can help you get back to doing all the activities you love without pain, but that process won’t happen overnight. For many patients, their shoulder and arm will be immobilized for weeks until they are cleared for physical therapy, and from there they may still be months away from normal shoulder movement. During […]
Shoulder Joint Replacement
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Shoulder Instability Surgery
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Rotator Cuff Repair
Get back to doing the things you love with a rotator cuff repair procedure.
Reverse Shoulder Replacement
What is a reverse total shoulder replacement? Find out more and see if you're a good candidate.
Capsular Release for Frozen Shoulder
Frozen shoulder is a common cause of shoulder pain and stiffness in the adult population.
Shoulder Fracture Repair
Proximal humeral fractures (PHF) are common fractures of the upper extremity.
Meet Dr. Holloway
Knoxville Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. G. Brian Holloway is a board-certified orthopedic shoulder surgeon who treats rotator cuff tears, the arthritic shoulder, instability of the shoulder, and sports injuries of the shoulder. He has been providing care to patients in Knoxville and the surrounding area for more than twenty years.
“After healing for 13 weeks, I have realized that my shoulder and arm are back in a “normal” range of motion, and that is in the miraculous realm! Dr. Holloway did an amazing surgery to reattach torn ligaments and other damaged areas of my shoulder. He is a gifted surgeon and I am grateful for his skillful work. I would highly recommend him as a surgeon for rotator cuff surgery. He did this surgery when many clinics were shutting down because of the coronavirus and he worked through the many required restrictions to do this surgery.”
Educational Shoulder Articles
A problem with your shoulder can make normal actions extremely uncomfortable, so it’s important that you connect with your primary care physician or a shoulder specialist in order to get an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. But is that one examination enough, or is it worth it to seek out a second opinion? In today’s […]
Your shoulder is made up of three bones, the scapula, the humerus and the clavicle. The part of your scapula that makes up the top of the shoulder and connects with your clavicle is called the acromion, and the joint where the acromion and the clavicle join is called the AC joint. This joint is […]